|Phoebes welcome new visitor LaQuinta Tummings at the August meeting.|
|They don't look like they were missing us though—they are obviously having a good time! Elinor Peace Bailey is on the left next to Sally, and Barbara and Betts are first and second from the right, behind Patty.|
ROSIE LED A "MAKE IT AND TAKE IT"
AT THE AUGUST MEETING AND WE ALL WENT HOME
WITH AN ADORABLE HALLOWEEN ORNAMENT—A BLACK POLYMER CLAY CROW
IN A CLOCHE (BELL JAR).
SHOW AND TELL
|Zanaib's doll definitely demonstrates |
her talent for combining color and pattern in a wonderful way.
|Zanaib also brought some of her beautiful chain crochet necklaces.|
|Ophelia brought the doll she made in Bonnie's class. So cute!|
|First-time vistor, LaQuinta, who discovered Phoebes|
via the blog, is a quilter and a doll maker.
She brought one of her fabulous cloth dolls
which incorporates quilting techniques.
|Here are two of Maudell's examples of the cute dolls Bonnie taught in her|
recent beginning doll-making class.
|Tani brought her doll from Bonnie's class, which features her own interpretation|
using another head pattern.
|Bonnie brought some of her flat cloth dolls for all to see.|
|These flat dolls show another of Bonnie's original designs.|
|This doll represents an older flat doll pattern Bonnie created in|
her ever evolving progression of original ideas.
|Sally brought some of hand-painted watercolor cards to the July meeting,|
and this month she exhibited the cloth painted birds inspired by the card designs.
She plans to take the cards and the birds to sell in Australia.
|Sharon is getting ready for a series of holiday craft shows, as well as her|
Nested Treasures inventory, and brought these beautiful fabric collaged bags
made with vintage fabrics and trims.
|Stephanie is also getting ready for holiday craft shows in San Francisco,|
and brought samples of her every popular cloth sculpted Christmas ornaments.
|More examples of Stephanie's ornaments—always great sellers at the shows!|